Henry David Thoreau Quote

Whose are the truly labored sentences? From the weak and flimsy periods of the politician and literary man, we are glad to turn even to the description of work, the simple record of the month's labor in the farmer's almanac, to restore our tone and spirits.


A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers (ed. 1873)

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Whose are the truly labored sentences? From the weak and flimsy periods of the politician and literary man, we are glad to turn even to the...

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Whose are the truly labored sentences? From the weak and flimsy periods of the politician and literary man, we are glad to turn even to the...

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Whose are the truly labored sentences? From the weak and flimsy periods of the politician and literary man, we are glad to turn even to the...

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Whose are the truly labored sentences? From the weak and flimsy periods of the politician and literary man, we are glad to turn even to the...